California Seeks to Fund Infrastructure Spending for Aging Roads - 2 of 9

 
California Seeks to Fund Infrastructure Spending for Aging Roads - 2 of 9
Spray paint marks a street where repairs will be made on April 25, 2017 in San Francisco, California. According to a analysis brief commissioned by the nonprofit nonpartisan organization Next 10 and prepared by Beacon Economics, California has some of the worst roads in the United States with over two-thirds of the StateÕs roads in poor shape. Newly passed transportation funding bill SB 1 will raise California's gas tax by 12 cents and is expected to bring in $52.4 billion in revenue over a the next decade to be used to repair and maintain roads in the State.
(April 24, 2017 - Source: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images North America)